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Larry Bezark Posted - 03/04/2016 : 20:00:05

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Xaignabouri, Laos
Looks similar to Epipedocera subundulata Gressitt & Rondon 1970 but without the subapical band.
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longyun Posted - 08/08/2018 : 04:02:39
I do not know who has it.
But look at photos from Laos (vitalisi) and photos from Nepal or India. They are really different!
Xavier Posted - 30/07/2018 : 10:26:22
It must be vitalisi here as they said.

Do you have more informations ? Do you have a picture of the holotype of E. vitalisi ?
longyun Posted - 29/07/2018 : 15:27:07
You mean he is wrong since cannot recognize hardwickii and vitalisi?
It must be vitalisi here as they said.
Xavier Posted - 19/02/2017 : 10:11:00
It seems that for MIROSHNIKOV A. I., 2014.A review of the genus Clytellus Westwood, 1853, with notes on its systematic position and descriptions of eleven new species; Figs.25 & 26 it is Epipedocera undulata (Hope)= Epipedocera hardwickii (White, 1855)

On picture, I do not see differences.
Larry Bezark Posted - 04/04/2016 : 17:58:30
Thanks Tomas & Xavier,

Larry B.
Xavier Posted - 04/04/2016 : 09:29:34
So, Epipedocera vitalisi Pic, 1922 for the valid name.
horshehden Posted - 04/04/2016 : 02:28:03
It is E. vitalisi Pic.
Larry Bezark Posted - 03/04/2016 : 21:16:22
Thanks, Xavier.

Larry B.
Xavier Posted - 03/04/2016 : 20:49:19
There is a post about this species here
Unfortunately, we have not found the holotype of Epipedocera vitalisi Pic at MNHN.

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